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Robert Boyle, chrześcijański wirtuoz

Przesłane: 5 stycznia 2022
Opublikowane: 05.01.2022

Abstrakt

Robert Boyle był jednym z największych uczonych XVII w., naukowiec i teolog, który swoje kompetencje naukowe wykorzystywał w służbie religii chrześcijańskiej. Szczególnie cenił on fizyczno-teologiczny dowód na istnienie Boga i Boskiego majestatu, czerpiąc atrybuty Boga z porządku, złożoności i piękna wszechświata w ogóle i wszystkich jego elementów w szczególności.

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